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Can online gaming exist without constant, malicious disruption?

Gamesradar: When people are bored, they do dumb things. Distributed denial-of-service attacks fall into the category of "dumb things." Like other such riveting activities as prank phone calls and Ding-Dong-Ditch, DDoS attacks require little skill or expert knowledge--just a willingness to mess with someone else for some short-lived entertainment. DDoSing is what caused the PlayStation Network downtime over the weekend, as well as the Battle.net, League of Legends, and Path of Exile outages that occurred around the same time.

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thorstein1179d ago

Yes. Join a big community that A) Reflects your interests and B) is filled with people of like minds.

That is what I did. I don't even have to grief racists and homophobes in MP COD matches anymore!

HanzoHattori1179d ago (Edited 1179d ago )

I agree with the author completely. As long as there are annoying children who are unsupervised on the internet, i'd have to say the answer to the title is no.